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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST ORECONJAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1908. PAGE THREE. AT THE FAIR STORE Leads Ail the Sales in Genuine argams, This sale offers you Every Article at a Reduced Price, and you will be surprised to learn how much you can save by buying here, where.there is a Saving on Every Purchase. Did you ever stop to think that this saving: allows you to buy something you expected to go without? It does if you trade here, for your money goes that much further. Special cuts for the rest of the week and for Market Day, Saturday, Feb. 8th. the mm mf T STORE, Pen"et-on- PITEST I HE MO I T XOBTJIEHN THEN DO NOT WAXT SHAFT ERECTED XOttor Fvullnj? Aroused Over Projxw i Monument to Memory of For mer Confederate Officer Xlo Had limine of AntfWHonYlllo Priwon Southern Women Raised Ihind for Monument Which Was to lie Un veiled on .Jefferson Devi IJIrth-day. Washington, Feb. 6. At a private tnoetlngnf Union .veterans scheduled for this evening, It Is expected that means will be discussed to prevent the .proposed erection by southern wo men of a monument to the memory of Major Henry Wlrz, the Confederate ctfloer who was In charge of Ander nonvllle prison during the civil war. .Major Wlrx was charged with lnhu uiuii treatment of Union soldjers tak n as prisoners of war. and was tried, fnnvieted antl hanged. The monument project has aroused the bitterest feeling among Grand Army men throughout the , country, and it is likely that the meeting of protest here will be followed by sim iliir .gatherings throughout the east anil .north. Conservative veterans on both -allies .fear that, the matter will rt-Kiiltjin u rnvivul of the hatred be- uwcii the nfinfvlf. of the north ann I AfiliMl Tho f mi ilu . f ir lha mnmimant I wits raised by women of tho United Daughters at -the Confederacy. It Is (.Hiliim-d to 'unveil ; the memorial on .IcUtiraon Dnvia' birthday. The inscription , for the monument linn bvon supplied by Mrs. Gourdln Yutii:, historian of the Georgia dl vlslw of; the United Daughters of the Consult? racy, and include the follow ing: "lii mietnory .of -MJ. ! Henry Win, ('. S. A. Horn In Zurich, Switzer land. "Trh-n iby Illegal court-martial un der falne charges of excessive cruelty to Federal prisoners .Sentenced and Judicially murdered at Washington, D. C, November 10, 1865. "That the United States govern ment, not MaJ. Wirz, Is chargeable with the suffering at Andersonvllle, there Is abundant proof furnished by friend and foe. Let the fact that he chose an Ignominious death rather , than bear false witness against Pres ident Davis speak for his high quali ties of honor, fortitude and self-sacrifice. . "To rescue his memory from the stigma attached to It by lmblttered prejudice and Ignorance, and to re store It to Its rightful place among men, the Georgia Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy ; has raised this shaft." I Commander Newton Ferrce, of the department of the - Potomas, Grand Army of the Republic, Is one of the' leaders In the movement for the pre vention of the erection of the Wlrii monument. "To propose such a memorial to such a man Is the act of a lot of silly and scatter-brained stntimentaltoto and of women whose sole object Is to attain notoriety," declared Com mander Ferres. "To build a monu ment to a murderer will have a ten dency to destroy the good feeling now existing between the veterans of the north and south and I believe all true soldiers of Dixie will resent such a proposal. "Win was a cruel and heartless as sassln and not a brave or gallant sol dier. Hanging was too good for him. He was not a field soldier, but a pris on keeper, and never performed an act of valor that would entitle him to a little white slab, much less a great and Imposing monument such as those women propose to erect at Andoisonville. It we arc to have In America a memorial to Win, let us also build one to Nero and the other arch-murderera of history. DUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON SHOES Fen boys Til Brow o Shoe Co. ST. LOUIS FOR GIRLS li, '. mm i m RESOLVED! THAT the boy or girl who wearButer Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes will always be happy. BECAUSE Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes look so neat, fit so nice, and wear so well. Buster Brown. Alexander Department Store Sole Agents Oni PJROSPERITY ROAT IS AL WAYS AFLOAT, NO MATTER HOW TROUBLED THE WATERS. Everybody has explicit confidence in our ability to comitete with die keenest kind of competition in Pen dleton. In order to evade tho possl bility of securing- poor quality clothes, come to us and we'll steer you straight past troubled waters and to the "port of satisfaction." Bond Brothers Pendleton's Leading Clothiers. Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAL. Proprietor. v 1 -STfH If Chronic Constipation Cured. One who suffers from chronic con stlpatlon Is In danger of many serious ailments. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels, restoring the natural, action of these organs. Commence taking it today and you will feel better at once. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very plensant to take. Refuse substitutes. Pendleton Drug Co. eiore proof tfcat Lydta E. Pink tb&tn's Veget&MeCompound saves woman from sargrlcaloperations. 'Mrs. S. X WlUkm.tff Gardiner, Maine, writes: ";Ivwas a ereat auflerer Atom female trouble, and Lvdia E. 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They aro easy point In his territory. His headquar to take. Sold by Tallman & Co. ,ter are in Pendleton. Tho Dalles SHEEP SCAR FROM MICHIGAN. Wyoming Slirvp Infected by Impor tation From tlie North. A serious outbreak of scabbles pre vails lo the country west of Casper In Natrona county, where more than 36 bands of sheep have been placed In quarantine by the state board of sheep commissioners, says the Chey enne Tribune. Commissioner Delfel- der Is on the ground and has taken charge. He has appointed a large number of Inspectors and the quarantined bands will be watched closely and In tlie event of the disease appearing therein the sheep will' be promptly and effectively treated. This outbreak Is alleged to be due to the Importation of diseased bucks from Clarkston, Mich., by J. Le Roy Davis, the bucks having entered Wyoming without government lnspec tlon. . The tate law, the governor's proc tarnation of last April, and the regu lations of the bureau of animal In dustry are In harmony In prohibiting the Importation Into the state of anl mals without clean bills of health. This particular shipment of sheep was dipped at Casper on arrival by an inspector of the state board of sheep commissioners, but despite this Precaution, the bucks broke out with the disease. Shortly after being sub Jected to the dipping process the bucks were divided up and sold to dif ferent Bheepmen In Natrona county, the bucks going In as many as 15 to 13 bands. The government authorities have been asked to prosecute Davis- for entering the state without receiving government inspection. The Natrona sheepmen are greatly Incensed over the matter and threaten Davis with lawsuits. The sheepmen have held two mass meetings In Cas per, and efforts will be made to extra dite Davis. Political Information. . The Bpeed of an ottor under wa ter is amazing. against them. In some placea in II Registration opens for prl- marles, January 6. Closes for elect on, April 7. Primary election April 17. Registration reopens, April 21. Close for election, May 15. General election, June 1. Registration reopens, Sep tember 20. Close for election, October 20. Presidential election, ber 3. "Everybody Works But Mother" She Cooks With Gas European plan. Everything first class. All modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout. Rooms en suite with bath. Larpe, new sample room, The Hotel St. George is pronounced one of the most up-to-date hotels .of the northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water In all room a. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IS CONNECTION WITH HOTEL. ROOMS: $1.00 ond$1.5o Block and a Half from Depot, See the big electric sign. Novem- La . Grippe and Pneumonia. Foley's Honey and Tar cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumo nla. Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow package. Pendleton Drug Co. Well Known Indian Dead. Old Chenwith is dead, he was an old Indian who has been a familiar character around The Dalles for the greater part of a century and now he has gone to the happy hunting ground of his fathers. He grew very fleshy as his years advanced; as late as last summer and fell he was seen frequently on our streets, either rid ing horseback, or driving In a wagon. He died at his tepee at Wlshram vil lage about six weeks ago, and the news was brought In from there by one of his tilllcums yesterday. The Dalles Chronicle. DeWltt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve Is especially good for piles. Sold, by Tallman & Co. The first man who discovered gold in Australia was hanged for his pains. He wan ona nf tfio first. convicts transported to Botany Bay, and whenj he learned the great secret he brought sample to show his success and was promptly hanged for attempted escape. London Mall. AFFORDS A SOFT, WHITE, LIGHT AND IS UNSURPASS ED TO READ BY. Call at office for particulars. 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The management will h nini. ed at all times to show rooms ant give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment in the hotel. H. c. BOWERS. Manager. 4 Get the Best Good Dry Wood and the BEST KIND OF COAL. PROMPT DELTTERY. W. C. MINNIS Leave orders at HEXXING S GIGAR STORE Opposite Peoples Warehouse THONE WAIW o li I i